El Celler de Can Roca, located in Girona (Costa Brava) has 3 Michelin stars and was elected World Best Restaurant 2013.
It’s easy to get there by train or car and, with the excuse of a “gastronomic escape”, you can take the opportunity to visit the lovely Girona. Its Web: El celler de can roca
If you don’t want to move from the Ciudad Condal, in Barcelona you can taste their kitchen at the restaurant MOO in the Hotel OMM (Carrer Rosello, 245 )
Address : carrer Aragó 214 (Aribau corner)
Phone 934 291 017
The Gaig restaurant was founded in 1869. Carles Gaig is the fourth generation in a family of restaurateurs devoted to tavern cuisine. This popular cuisine has been the base for a high level cuisine and the starting point of his author cuisine.
His wife, Fina Navarro takes care of the dining room.
Open from Monday to Friday from 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. and from 9 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.
Closed 21 days in August, at Christmas and Holy week.
He was awarded a national gastronomic price in 2000. Receives a 8/10 in Best of spanish gastronomy. This is one of the city most famous , also having received a 2 “Sun” designation from the Campsa guide and a one Star in the Michelin.
Adress : carrer Aribau 58
Phone : +34 93 323 94 90
“Cinc Centist” which means the “Five Senses” offers contemporary and creative Catalan cuisine in a modern and sophisticated atmosphere.
Select any appetiser, main course and dessert from the lunch menu from Monday to Friday for a fixed price.
The Chef’s 8 course tasting Menu
The best of the best—their most creative dishes—notable both for the quality of the ingredients used and the elaboration of each course. Includes many of the restaurant’s signature specialties.
A wine flight featuring six half-glasses chosen by the Sommelier to complement the food is also offered.
Or the 6 course Tasting Menu
Adress : Carrer Indústria 79
Tel: + 34 93 207 6115
This restaurant “Alkimia” (alchemy in English) located in the area of the Sagrada familia is owned by a young, very talented chef : Jordi Vilà . He has gained the attention of the critics from the Food and Wine magazine and the New Yorks Times restaurant section
Open: 1.30pm-3.30pm Mon-Sat, 9pm-11pm Mon-Fri, Closed Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays